UK play charts rise of far right

'A Day at the Racists' examines the increasing popularity of the British National Party.

    The far-right British National Party, which many people believe to be racist, will be fielding dozens of candidates in the UK's upcoming general election. 

    A Day at the Racists, a new play in London, charts the rising popularity of the party and the reasons for it.

    Emma Hayward reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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